Tomori feels no pressure from £ 25million price tag as AC Milan star targets England for 2022 World Cup

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The much-loved defender has completed a permanent move to San Siro from Chelsea and is eager to impress the Serie A giants

Fikayo Tomori claims to feel no pressure from the £ 25million ($ 34million) price tag that took him from Chelsea to AC Milan, with the much-loved defender looking to find his way into the plans of the England for the 2022 World Cup.

The 23-year-old saw his loan deal at San Siro turn into a permanent transfer, with the Serie A giants in awe of what they saw from the talented center-half.

Tomori is aware that expectations will rise again in his second season in Italy, especially now that considerable funds have been invested in his potential, but a confident character supports himself to thrive.

What was said?

Being a big signing for the Rossoneri, Tomori said Corriere delle Sera: “No pressure, it’s really satisfying to feel confidence around me, everyone is helping me, it’s the right project for me.

“Everyone made me feel very welcome from day one. It’s a big club, with exceptional training resources. There is everything to grow and win, it’s a dream.

“Nothing is impossible, we play to win. We have a young team and we are improving. Last season we finished second and that means we are on the right track. We have to continue like this, step by step . “

What are Tomori’s targets?

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The former Chelsea man has only made 27 appearances for the Blues after coming out of their academy system, with four loan spells elsewhere.

He is now looking to put down roots and land some big money with Milan.

Tomori also has international ambitions, having already been selected by England on one occasion, and wants to get Gareth Southgate’s attention ahead of another major international tournament in 2022.

He said of his recognition with the Three Lions, who have just suffered a loss in the Euro 2020 final against Italy: “In the final, we [England] took the lead and the situation looked to be positive, but Italy grew in strength during the game.

England almost won and played a big Euro, but Italy deserved it.

“Now we have to focus on the World Cup, we have to have the same mentality and use that experience to improve. The team is very young and the World Cup is just around the corner.

“I hope I will be part of the team, that’s my goal. Everyone would love to play in the World Cup and it’s a dream that I have. Milan is a huge opportunity for me, I focus on that and I feel good. “

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